Presale

Experts are Saying this New Project is Better Than its Competition and is Set to Explode in 2023 – How to Buy Early?

Reading now: 904
cryptonews.com

Crypto experts are predicting Fight Out could become the top move-to-earn project around due to its huge potential.It has already raised around $3.5 million in its presale and investors and experts are hugely excited by its fitness app and ambitious plans to build real-world gyms.Those who invest early can take advantage of a bonus offer that earns up to 50% extra FGHT tokens and an asset that will increase by around 95% by the time the presale ends.Buy FGHT NowSTEPN was the first M2E project and since it launched in March 2022 it has been the undisputed top dog - at its peak, the project had a market cap of over $2 billion.However, in the months that have passed the project has slipped all the way from highs of around $4 to its current price of $0.55 - an 86% loss.Users have fallen away from the project, criticizing the expensive start-up costs to purchase the sneaker NFTs and flawed earning mechanics that see limited rewards for the number of steps made.STEPN’s native token GMT has had an extremely strong start to 2023 and is up 150% from December prices but there is still some cause for concern with only 10% of the supply in circulation.Fight Out is aiming to take STEPN’s crown and has several notable advantages over its future rival.While STEPN only rewards users for steps, the Fight Out fitness app will grant users rewards in the form of REPS - an off-chain, in-app currency - when they complete a variety of workouts at home or in the gym.The app uses smart technology to measure movement, effort, sleep and nutrition and build a full digital fitness profile as well as tailor individual workout regimes for each user.The regimes not only cover strength and conditioning but also take into account wellness and mental

Read more on cryptonews.com
The website financemag.cash is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

DMCA